Minneapolis Sex Crime Lawyer
An Overview of Sex Crimes in Minnesota
Being arrested for a sex crime that you did not commit can be extremely difficult, not only for you, but for your family and those close to you. If you are convicted, you will be looking at serious penalties, and can suffer shame, embarrassment, and damage to your reputation. There is the emotional stress of going to trial, and possibly losing your job. You may also lose friends that you believed supported you. You may have to register as a sex offender. All of this paints a very bleak picture that calls for the experienced legal representation of a Minneapolis criminal defense lawyer from The Law Offices of William K. Bulmer II. I am committed to preparing an aggressive defense that will protect legal and constitutional rights and obtain the best possible outcome for your case.
Common Sexual Offenses
It is a fact that not all people who commit sex crimes are innocent. Those who have made mistakes will have the opportunity to take responsibility for their actions should they desire, but they also have the right to receive just legal counsel and their day in court. I am skilled in providing a strong defense for those who have been charged with:
- Sexual battery
- Child Molestation
- Lewd conduct
- Indecent exposure
- Possession of child pornography
- Internet sex crimes
- Failing to register as a sex offender
The Importance of Skilled Representation
If you or a loved one has been charged with a sex crime, call me immediately for a no charge consultation. I understand what is at stake and how being convicted of these charges can affect your life and your future. I have many years of expertise defending clients accused of sex crimes. I understand that these types of offenses tend to be played up in the media and can cause conclusions to be drawn that are incorrect by those who may be involved in such cases. I have dedicated my life to defending individuals who have been accused of criminal offenses, and will fight to ensure that you will be represented fairly in a court of law.